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    I’ve been searching for many years for a stream where I could catch these little beauties. This weekend, my work finally paid off. We probably caught 30 of these over the weekend and a nice wild rainbow before we reached the barrier falls.

    I can definitely say that the years of striking out were all worth it to finally strike gold. Thanks to everyone here for the tips

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  • #2
    Very nice. I am/was hoping to chase a few tomorrow, but this dang weather

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    • #3
      Congrats on catching the Brook Trout, and the nice bow. Great pictures. Wherever you are at is beautiful.

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      • #4
        Thanks. I should add that the go-to setup was a royal wulff dry with an 18 copper John dropped about three feet below.


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        • #5
          What type of camera or phone did you use to take the pictures? They crystal clear.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Trout Hunter 18 View Post
            What type of camera or phone did you use to take the pictures? They crystal clear.


            Most were taken from my friend’s iPhone XR, but a few were from my old 6s.


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            • #7
              The picture of the creek with the fall colors on the trees in one that you could frame.

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              • #8
                Ordinarily I would say that looks just like a postcard but ever since I started trying to fly fish all a I can think of is "Man I could stay tangled up in those trees for hours"

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by batemantrout47 View Post
                  Thanks. I should add that the go-to setup was a royal wulff dry with an 18 copper John dropped about three feet below.


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                  Good choice - but a Royal Wolf or Stimulator, without droppers work well too. Keep us posted.
                  Tight lines!!

                  Doc

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                  • #10
                    Great post!

                    Originally posted by batemantrout47 View Post
                    I’ve been searching for many years for a stream where I could catch these little beauties. This weekend, my work finally paid off. We probably caught 30 of these over the weekend and a nice wild rainbow before we reached the barrier falls.

                    I can definitely say that the years of striking out were all worth it to finally strike gold. Thanks to everyone here for the tips

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                    Wonderful images! Congrats & Thanks for sharing!
                    “This is a brief life, but in its brevity it offers us some splendid moments, some meaningful adventures.”
                    Rudyard Kipling, Kim

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